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TTTI2 ATlTfcOTTA TfEPimTTCATT: THURSDAY MOCKING, MAT 100.1.
The Old Ian Was Pleased A fat old man with a shrewd eye. walked into our store the other day, and looking over the large and varied stock of useful things, said: "Wall, I declare, you fellers are still at it, ain't you? I heerd 'em say six years ago that you'd bust in six months sure sellin' goods at sich prices; sed you'd bust sellin' oil cloth at 15 cents a yard when it wuz worth 25 cents, and that you'd be in the hands of the re ceiver sellin' vaseline at 5 cents a bot tle when others sold it at 10 cents, and that it looked like a man wuz crazy to sell 3 double sheets of sticky fly-paper for 5 cents, when others hed the sense to sell 1 fer 3 cents. "And so yer still doen bizness at the old stand. Say, Davidson, I want to see one of them Moore Pteel Ranges like my neighbor got. The old woman sez it's the best baker with the least fuel of any stove she ever raw, an' that you sell 'em cheaper than these long winded credit stores do." "Yes," we replied, glad of an oppor tunity to get a word in edgeways. "We have Moore's Steel Ranges from $20.00 to $65.00, in twenty different styles, and the cheapest one will hold the largest turkey roast pan." LATER. The oli3 man loading range in rear of Davidson's Cash Store. "Say. Davidson, next time I come in the old lady'll be along to pici; out a set of dishes she took mightily to last tinn she wuz in. Much obleeged for tie palm leaf fans you gave me. Good day." DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, A. T. Mail Orders promptly filled. Telephone 236. three rings. DR. PRATT, THE OPTICIAN Cross-eyes sometimes' renyire an operation, but many limes can be straightened without This condition is mostly the result of an irregularity in the shape of th? eye, causing spasms- or cramps in the ir.us- cles, followed later by exhaustion of! nerve supply. ! In both instances glasses whic h reme- j dy the errors of refraction will also remedy the muscle trouble. If you have a child with crossed eyer? come in and let me give you my opin ion. The sooner the better in these cases. DR. PRA.TT ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Stubborn CORNS Cured. All corns are alike to Sure Corn Cure that is how much better it is than other corn cures. Hard or soft corns, new corns or veterans, all fall before it. And it is an easy, painless cure. It doesn't hurt, doesn't cause soreness, doesn't give you any trouble at all except the slight trouble of applying it two or three days. Make up your mind to be rid of corns right now. Price, 25c, GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts Phoenix, A. T. RSQ S. L. EASTERLING UNUtK I ArhH ana tmDALMtn A.dR V. AAa-mt St. H Tel. 291 a LSflv Airenaani w a J A THE 50 DISCOUNT SALE on Framed Pictures Closes June 1st. We have still a good assortment left. Some that would make nice graduation presents. Don't delay until too late and miss your chance of getting a bargain. Phoenix -Stationery and Hews COMPANY News of the Town. Jl A THE HEATHER Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today-"-Fair, cooler. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure binre since MEAN NORMA L 1Sl f MODth 1903 71 77 -6 163 Maximum temperature,90; minimum temperature. 58. , Average relative humidity, 2S per cent. Total precipitation, 0. 'liaracter of the day Clear. M. K. KL,'STOXE, Section Director. NEW CORPORATION'. Articles of incorporation of the Grand Valley Land and Mineral company wer? filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday. The capital stock is $1,000,000. and the incorporators are Frank H. Faure, James W. Foley, J. H. Trilby and others. MEDAL. PRESENTATION'. The Sons of the American Revolution com mittee on medals has appointed Rev. Dr. Lewis Halsey to present the medal offered by the society to the member of the graduating class of the High school writing the best essay on "The Conti nental Cor.giess." COMPANY B. N. G. A. Every mem ber of Company B. X. G. A., is re quested to be present at the Thursday evening drill at 7.20 sharp. Orders will then be announced for May 30, the law requiring every member of the com pany to turn out on that day for me morial services. PICACHO ROOMING. Dr. V. C. Clymer who is company physician at Picacho mine on the Colorado river is in the city attending the meeting of the Medical association and will stay for several days. He says everything is running rtnoothly at the mine and stbout 250 men are employed. The plant is running rrgularly turning (,ut real gold. PROVENDER FOR THE JAIL. There was an early rush of business at the county jail lat night. The first subject was a Mexican found with a pair of new shoes which he could not satisfactorily account for. Then Con stable Redv.ine caine along with a Mexican by the name of Aviso and an American who called himself John Car ter. They had been fighting each oth er with knives and stones. PICNIC AT EAST LA I E PARK. A grand holiday picnic will be given next Saturday, Decoration day. at East lake park, from It a. in. to 11 p. m. Ath letic events, baseball anil aquatics-ports of all kinds will be features of trie day and useful and valuable prizes will be given to the victors. Dancing in the pavilion to the best music ob tainable will also be indulged' in and a general good time for all who attend is assured. TO SPEND THE SL'MMER. Profes sor and Mrs. S. F. Cravens will leave on the 4th of next month for Western Kansas, where they expect to spend the summer. Mrs. Cravens will go to East ern Kansas for a short time during the Chautauqua meeting.' Both are in love with Phoenix and have made many ac quaintances as well as having gotten their affairs nicely shaped for. the con servatory of music they hope to open here next winter. They expect to re turn on or before the 1st of October. SIX DAYS OF BLISS. Suit for di vorce was filed in district court yes terday by Teotlora Ormsby against William Ormsby on the grounds of failing- to support ami abandonment. These parties were married at Flor ence on April 17, 1901. April 23 of the same year the husband disappeared a:id the plaintiff since then has seen neither him nor lha color of any of his money. She wants a new status In so slety so that she an make another matrimonial venture. A petition was filed by the trustees of the Phoenix M. E. church south for permission to mortgage real estate. It is stated in the petition thattthe church is engaged in the erection of a new church build ing and that it will take $2,700 more to complete it. ' INSANE PATIENT RECAPTURED. An insane man escaped from the asy lum a couple of days ago but was re captured again yesterday, being quick ly identified by his rambling conversa tion. He went to the territorial capi icl to call on the governor. Governor Brodie being absent, he found his way to Acting Governor Stoddard and with out embarrassment laid his case before him. He said he was being prosecuted and persecuted. He said he was well acquainted with California who had a grudge against him for some unknown teason and who was spending her time chasing him with a big iron piie that had a fuse In the end of it. About this When you visit Los Angeles inquire about the Manhattan Beajrh lots at $2'0 each. This is the gem of the beaches. Write to Manhattan Beach Co., 531 and G32 Douglas Building. Lest Ye Forget And Then Regret We would have you to know that we carr everything for Office and School. H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court House. UNt - SWALLOW doesn't make a summer, but one suit bearing this famous trade-mark I to . ' 1 ,2 -4- vr.tjl will make your summer delightful. Benjamin Outing Suits homespuns, serges, and flannels. Style, fit, cloth and tailoring equal to Fifth Avenue ' - ustom-made. The price i right youf money fcacL if anything goes wrong. We are Sole Distributors here. THE HUB, Phoenix, Arizona. tiir.e the acting governor excused him self anil stepping- into another room telephoned to the u"yli:m ami an at tendant tame aftfr the unfortunate man at once. IT WAS NOT A HL'LLUtrlXATIOX. Jose (Viuitras who was arrested on Tuesday night on a harge of insanity was brought before the probate court yesterday. Whatever his mental con (iilion may have bee:i is was so mask ed by alcoholism that it could not -ba diagnosed. He was taken before a jus tice of the peace who sent him t. the county jail for seven days. At the end of that lime an investigation of the Ftate of liis mind ill be possible. It turned out though that he was not a victim of a halhi'inatio-i at all. He was found hiding in the brush and h told those who found him that the officers of the' law seie after hiir. in tending Jo put him li.uk in Jail lioni which he had just been liberated. Whe:i 'he officers got a gocd look at hitr. yesterday they recognized him as a man w ho had n. t -x ly been in jail re cently but also as a man for wh im a warrant had teni istued la:-r Sitturday on a charge of a further disturbance 01' the peace. . A WATKU KLF.VATOU. Th-re was on exhibition esterday the model of a water wheel for the elevation f water from rivers and canals for the purposes f Irrigation. The wheel consists of a hollow rim and hollow spokes, of which there are four. There are openings in the rin which admit the water fo the spokes and thence in to a hollow, fixed axle through which it is discharged. The wheel is at the end of the axle, which is attached to a wooden frame liv means of two bearings, one next the wheel and the other well out on the frame. The wheel may be elevated by means of a pulley, so that it may be lifted out of the water and swung around upon the bank of the river c.r the canal out of the way of a Hood. The pulley adjustment may also b" used for regulating the supply of wa ter to be furnished by the wheel. With t lie whole rim under running water, for instance, the wheel is worked to Its full capacity. THK rOXDEXSEL M'I.K I'LAXT. This headline does not refer to any newly discovered vegetable growth, but to a mechanical enterprise that i shortly to be established in this valley. Some time ago The Republican an nounced that negotiations were under way for the construction and operation, somewhere on the South Side, of a plant for condensing and canning milk for the Arizona market, several car loads of that article of commerce being used here every month. Those inter ested in tiie enterprise have bfen con- ferring for a day or two and it is un- 101 me Kememeni or preliminaries ana for organization. No particulars can be given till after the meeting, except that it is -planned for all stock to be placed with the merchants and em- ! p'.oyes of merchants who expect to han dle the product throughout the terri tory. The purpose is to give dealers an incentive to push the home product by sharing in the profits of its manufac ture. " For the best private board in town go to Mrs. Cohn"s, 25 West Monroe St. Are you looking lor a good place to board during the summer? The Sixth Avenue Hotel runs an exceptionally fine dining-room and caters to the best class of trade. Hates may be had on application. Arizonians going to Los Angeles at The Hotel Hosslyn. 'top EVERY MAN Likes to have his shirts fit him. Some men cannot be fitted in regular stock shirts. They must have them made to measure. White shirts will cost you $1.50 and up ward. Colored shirts will cost you $2.00 and upward. We guarantee you a perfect fit. The McDoug'all --Cassou Co. OS IS The Perfected American SHOE for WOMEN THE HUB ISOLE AGENTS E El Xhl a V V y B XJ' TV And you will investigate These Bargains 7 Room Modern Brick Residence j and 2 lots, 50xl3T2 ft., 6 blocks from J center erf town, only J2,o00. The lots or I house separately axe worth the money. ! AN IMPROVED BUSINESS LOT ('lose in for only $3,000. Pays an in come of over 10 per cent. Tb abate price bold good this week on) y. BLOCK OF TWELVE LOTS Only 3 blocks from Washington and Center stree ts, for $3.:00. Just rjalf of assessed value, r.etter look into these n,uu k. H.LLatham&CO. Siiertor Pi Weirick 9 Latham 4 N. Tenter St. 'Phone 2201 VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. H Gold Crowns - Gold Fillings - - Silver Fillings - SOS? $3.50 GLANC 102 West Adams Street. j ; l) a Extracting - - - - - .50 J?' All work guaranteed. Consultation and Examination " FREE. R. E. Holbrook IRVINE BLOCK, NEXT DOOR AN INEXPERIENCED j purchaser; will never get imposed upon by dealing ; at Hurleys, for ve keep nothing but 1 the best of meats. All tender, fresh J and of that fine P.avor as only choice ; meats have. Our steaks, chops, roasts, , etc., are as. good as those served at the White House, or at the table of H. I R. II. King Edward VII. ' P. T. HURLEY j 17 W. Washington 3t. 'Phona 121 ' WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES. Men's, $2.00, Women's, $2.00, Misses', 11 to 2, $1.50. Childs, 8 to 10, $1.25. Childs, 5 to 8, $1.00. ,H. A. I HAVE 40 Acres of Fine Sugar Beet 1 land with water right near Clendale j i which 1 can sell for $25' per acre if : taken soon, i . ' ! Also a good l5-acre ranch. Five acres of navel oranges in bearing, t.bout 2 I acres fn mixed orchard, a; acres in ; alfalfa and 2'i acres for grain and IbuiMIn ' I,Uue ,s ' ! a good h arden. Good hcuse, fences and out- ngs, also p enty of shade. This a snap for any one who desires ome in the most healthful part of the valley. I'rice $2,.rf0 and not one cent less will fcuy it. E. A. Spauldingta 41 West Adams Street jt Opposite Postoffice. Don't Forget! i Our Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and )av:t ouee in . reii inert; is Call and get sample free. Nice Prunes, per Ih, 5c Kxtra Fancy Piunes. regular Uc size, pe r lb, lOc Kvaporated Apples, per It), lOc 1 can American Sardines, 5c 1 dozen Lemons, 15c Just received Fresh lot of C'ottolene. j Pafford's GastiStors 29 South Fint Avenue. Phone 2555. Dental Plates from $5. to $10. Bridge Work a TootH. v - - $5.QO f - $ 1.5 O and tip - - .5 0 and tip (j TO D0NOFRIO, LP STAIRS. CRISW0LD, h, Bicvcle Ms. 13 Arizona agent for the Racycli, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth, Keeps the largest stock of Tiren ana sundries. Most complete repair shop in the city. Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. HI n JUST RECEIVED a large shipment of BICYCLE TIRES direct from the manufacturers the best grade of Cactus and road tires. Cactus Tires, $3.50 OUR PRICES ARE E. M. DEPEW 37 N. First Ave. HAYE JUST STRUCK PH0ENIX DIEHL SHOE CO. 8 XV. Washington St. REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS t . Talbot Hardware Store Harry Brisley. BRISLEY Stockmen attention. AVe Cresylic Ointment Carbolic Acid Sheep This is the season for these good Hotel Adams. eT, E. J. BENNITT, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investments. Wanted to buy cheap patented land under constructed canal with or without water. ' Farmers having land for sale will do well to list It at once tJt I have many inquiries for farming lands. 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. ;1 i SELL THE Buy Sugar Beet Land if you want to mr.ke money. SOME FINE BARGAINS NEAR. G LEND ALE. 'I1 Ernest Walker, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance: 14-16 S. Second Ave. Sherbets Ice Cream Strawberries ...AT COFFEE AL'S ...RESTAURANT... TODAY. Only Restaurant with Cold Storage. j .. j . ! !y;..y4MSMAMX-' E. M. DEPEW RIGHT & CO. Telephone 1495 ' -. ANDALS WATER COOLERS AT- . Hubbard's I 1- C. A. Larson. DRUG CO. have a lare Btock of StocK Calomel Dip . Chloroform Call and see us. EARTH li rrknTrr SADDIE .HARNESS j! co- 142 East Washington - i V. V 1 1 ,. We have a fine saddle maker. exprt ; carriage trimmer and harness maker ";; employed. Prompt attention paid t mail orqers- Telephone 2245, J. A. REDMAN Phoenix Harness & Saddlery Company Special Sale on Light Bug gy Harness. Also a Fine Line of Lap Dusters. TELEPHONE K0. 1495 No. 37 N. First Ave. Phoenix, Arizona 10 and 12 West Washington Su Phoanix, Arizona. 32 VV. Washington I EC